BERWICK Rev. Cravens A Guest At Nimmo Home Sunday Rev. Cravens of Greenfield filled his regular morning and evening appointment at the C. P. church Sunday. He spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd .Nimmo and Jimmy. Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Ground of Goodman visited awhile Friday afternoon with Mrs. Charlie Oxendine Oxendine and Mrs. Jack White and baby. Mrs. Daisy Carver of Joplin is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haase. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinder, Gary, Larry, and Wanda of Pierca City. Mr. and Mrs. Dirvage Brown are vacationing in Oregon. Mrs. Bob McGill returned Saturday Saturday afternoon from the 4-H Leaders Leaders Conference held in Ginger Blue. A birthday dinner was held Sunday Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haase in honor of their son- in-law, Jack Joel of Fairview. Others present to enjoy the occasion occasion were Mrs. Joel and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Haase and children, Neosho, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Loren Haase and baby, Granby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford and daughter, Wentworth and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oxendine and Norma and Mrs. Jack White and baby. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haase and baby, Neosho, John Haase, Pierce City and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oxendine and Neil of Newtonia. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Henry spent the weekend in Jefferson City with their daughter, Mrs. Chrles Hailey, Hailey, Mr. Hailey, Vera Anne and David coming home. They visited in Springfield with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meador and Connie visited relatives in Monell Monell Sunday. Llona Leo Norman, Carrol Parmley, Dolly P a r m 1 e y and Frank Gry visited Saturday night in Carthage with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parmley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer York and Evelyn and Basil Fergueson spent the weekend in Branson with Mr. and Mrs. Levere Davidson and Dianne. Dianne. The men folks got in some fishing.